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Evil Prints @ A Night Market!

ST. LOUIS, MO - Tuesday, March 7, 2017 - May’s Place, St. Louis vintage and antique boutique, is set to host Night Market at The Ready Room in The Grove on Friday, March 24 from 6 to 11PM. Night Market boasts a unique opportunity to shop from some of the best vintage, handmade and locally produced items St. Louis has to offer. From vintage clothing and housewares, to handmade jewelry, leather goods, candles, food, drink, tarot readings, and more--all can be found under one roof at Night Market.

 

Co-owner of May’s Place and host of event Katie May commented, “With the Night Market, I’m looking to highlight some of the fantastic makers, merchants, and collectors around town doing interesting things and doing them well.”

A variety of vendors carefully curated by Katie of May’s Place will be brought together for an exciting evening of shopping and socializing at Night Market. Night Market will offer shopping from May's Place, Future Ancestor, Knife & Flag Survival Union, Black Arrow Exchange, Rabbits and Rags, Living Collective, Lonesome Traveler, Metal Institution, Golden Gems, Philomena + Ruth, Pop & Pop Vintage, The Wind and The Sun, Crimson Serpents Leather Goods, Lady Von Black, Highwaykind Supply, Butterlove by LC, Fable & Lore, and more. Prints by local artists Theresa Moher and Basil Kincaid will be available, as well as a live print demo by Tom Huck's Evil Prints. Plus, Ellen of Tarot St. Louis will be doing $10 Tarot readings from 7 to 11PM.

 

In addition to the lineup of local vendors and artists, Night Market welcomes special guest Guerilla Street Food, a Filipino-inspired street food truck as seen on Diner's Drive-In's & Dives. Guerilla Street Food will be parked outside the event where food can be purchased. The Ready Room will be serving drinks and local brews for purchase throughout the night. Night Market is free and open for all to attend.

 

“Where you spend your money makes a big impact. When we support folks doing wonderful things within our own community, then we all thrive together,” Katie May commented.

 

Located at the corner of Bradley & Ivanhoe Ave, in the South St. Louis neighborhood of Lindenwood Park, May's Place offers a unique variety of antiques, vintage, and locally produced goods. They sell a little bit of everything from vintage clothing and accessories for both men and women, vinyl records, vintage housewares, and antique collectables. In addition to vintage and antiques, May's Place carries a variety of locally made goods, like coffee, soy candles, apothecary items, jewelry,  and greeting cards. Their local offerings help support craftspeople and artists in the St. Louis community and make great gifts as well.  May's Place is owned by Katie and Andy May. With a passion for vintage, antiques, and sustainability, they lovingly gather and curate the items sold from all across the country to offer customers a unique, sustainable shopping experience.

 

Tom Huck